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IoT for security

IoT is a steadily growing feature in the security market, providing security solutions to homeowners and commercial establishments alike. IoT devices can be implemented on a fundamental level to monitor elements such as windows, doors, cabinets, entrances, valuables, and more. Any security breaches can be monitored in real-time for the user to deal with quickly with such installations. On a more advanced level, users implement IoT devices to monitor crowds, system faults, passenger safety, and more.

Solving IoT security challenges

IoT means data collection and communication, so there are bound to be some security or privacy issues. Data ownership and safe data transferring are among the top priorities in customers looking for the right platform and devices, especially when dealing with sensitive data such as infrastructural analysis, monitoring vital utility services, and IoT in healthcare.

The answer to most security challenges in IoT is an open technology, where users are in complete control over their data and can relay it securely to any system of their choice. Through our IoT platform Yggio, customers can enjoy full manageability with support for the latest security standards and ZeroTrust architecture.

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DAIS approach is to develop intelligent, secure and trustworthy systems for industrial applications to provide comprehensive cost and energy-efficient solutions of intelligent, end-to-end secure, trustworthy connectivity and interoperability to bring the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence together.
The goal of the Connected Ship project is to develop and implement a horizontal ship digitalization platform to connect the different digital automation systems and IoT sensor networks across different communication standards on board a ship
IoT Sensors, interconnected data sources and mobile data form the basis of the real-time smart city. The Smart Public Spaces project is a part of Future by Lund. Here we work with solutions for the future city which are based on real-time information where people, organizations, infrastructure and sensor systems work together to create a sustainable environment with a high quality of life.

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